I wish I could give this a higher rating, but the fact that it's not compatible with the current versions of the Galaxy Watch or basically anything other than Apple Watches is pretty infuriating. As much as my institution requires a DUO push to get into any and everything I would love to be able to accept the notification on my smartwatch instead of having to find my phone each time. Such a disappointment and annoyance to deal with many, many, many times in the work day.
71 people found this review helpful
It's very annoying that we have to have 2FA, but Duo is one of the least annoying ways of doing it. There should be a feature in the settings which lets you turn off the sound effect. I would like to turn off the Duo push notification sound, still have the push notification, but leave notification sounds from other apps on my phone turned on.
52 people found this review helpful
Alan De Smet
If you're required to use it, it's fine. It's an okay general two factor code generator, but suffers for privileging a small number of sites with icons and primary labels, while everyone else gets a white circle and "third-party site." (You do set the visible account name, do you can distinguish them.) Backing up to Google Drive works fine. Ironically, may have problems restoring Dua-specific sites. If I could set the primary label and icon, I'd recommend it for general use.
48 people found this review helpful